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#2 Randy Peters rsnpeters@att.net  2009-05-12 00:00
Major difference between the D's and A's was more than the floor. They had 5 rotor brakes instead of 4 rotor, 2 HF's and 2 ACM's. Dorsal fins top and bottom too. The FD-109 rack was between the nav table and the electronic cabinet instead of behind the pilot seat. CB's in the left wheel well also. 8061 was dropped on its nose during a dummy gear retraction while sitting on alert at Grissom. They left Grissom and went to Alaska, got re-engined with TF-33s, then to Forbes Field in Kansas before being retired.
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#1 Art Gordon heelsfan1963@yahoo.com  2006-09-12 00:00
This aircraft and the 3 other remaining RC A's became KC-135Ds the major diference between these and A model 135's were these aircraft had metal cargo floors instead of plywood. this aircraft was stationed at Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota in the late 1980s. The EC-135 pilots would use this aircraft for training purposes, I left Ellsworth in 1990, i don't know what happened to this aircraft when the 135s left there.
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